This is Turtle.
Some time Back I had posted about my washing machine was stopping at time and when I
slam the lide it would go back to working. I
call my washer repair man and he took it all to pieces and found nothing wrong with
it. It went back to working and now it has been
about 6 months later it started it again. I called my washer man again and he found
it right off for the cord to it has a plastic
plug in and it had burnt off. All this time it was the connection in this plastic
plug in that was doing all this. He put another
cord and new plactic plug in and everybody is happy. I wanted say this because my
washer man has seen 2 others on the model made
about 10 years ago on Whirlpool models. My one was the third he seen in a short time.
This may be a item to watch for down the road
for anybody working on these washers. Check the plastic plug in when having odd shut
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Right in the main power cord male-female plug.....go figure! Have seen
a few male-female plugs arc and burn for the lid switch but not the
main power cord yet. Thankx for the update!!
Appliance Repair Aid
Thanks for the heads up turtle. I have whirlpool about 12 years old. So
far, so good. I did have to change the little clutch like plastics in
the top of the agitator once.
Now, the door switch metal feeler broke on the whirlpool dryer,
so i just bypassed it for now. Just have to make sure i don't open the
door while there is still time on the timer until i get around to
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